Dux Ducis 3D Tempered Glass curved Screen Protector Full Coveraged with Frame for Samsung Galaxy S20+ (S20 Plus) black (case friendly)
Tempered glass for phones - all the advantages, minimum disadvantages
Tempered glass for phones is characterised by a very clever design, and manufacturers have literally reached perfection in their production. Only a few years ago the most popular way to protect displays was a traditional self-adhesive foil. Protecting the screen with foil is very cheap, but it does not provide adequate protection. That is why it was quickly superseded by tempered glass for phones. One of the biggest disadvantages of the film was that it was easy to scratch. Even soft materials such as plastic or wood could leave very deep scratches, which in most cases penetrated all the way to the "protected" display. Furthermore, the films were so soft that they did not provide any protection against breakage after a fall, and the flexible material was very difficult to apply properly. Tempered glass for phones has none of the drawbacks of the traditional and once-loved films.
The best protection against breakage and scratches: tempered glass
Tempered glass for your phone perfectly protects the screen against the two biggest problems of every smartphone user - scratches and breakage. Scratches are a result of the use of the phone and sooner or later they will appear even on a device that we have always carried in one pocket, without other objects. Unfortunately, even a single grain of sand can destroy our efforts and scratch the screen. The same goes for breakage. A fall from a small height can end up with a shattered screen or a long crack along its entire length.
Tempered glass is very hard - it is level 9 on the Mohs 10 scale of hardness, which means that it can only be scratched with a diamond blade. What's more, the high hardness achieved in the toughening process means that the kinetic energy created when a smartphone hits a hard surface spreads only through the toughened glass and does not reach the screen of our phone. Thus, tempered glass for phones protects against the biggest problems of every user of advanced devices.
How to put tempered glass on a phone?
Installing tempered glass on a phone is very simple, but it requires patience and the method of trial and error. It is best to carry out this process after a bath in a foggy bathroom. Then, all dust particles and hair fall down together with high humidity, so we are perfectly protected against dusting the screen and difficulties in achieving a satisfactory effect. After peeling off the film on the adhesive layer, you need to very gently fit the glass into the cutouts of the smartphone and stick it on, then press from the inside of the glass with a "sweeping" motion outwards. This will remove any air bubbles.